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Brick Effect Tiles

Bricks built the modern world, and without them, we would not have cities, shopping malls or homes. Brick is making a comeback as a tiling material, and at Atlas Ceramics, we have a full range of this style available for your new remodel.

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Beach House Coloured 100mm x 300mm x 8mm

£184.67/m2

Brick Blue Moon 150mm x 75mm

£56.00/m2

Brick Glacier 150mm x 75mm

£56.00/m2

Brick Green 150mm x 75mm

£56.00/m2

Brick Ivory 150mm x 75mm

£56.00/m2

Brick Jade 150mm x 75mm

£56.00/m2

Brick Mercury Grey 150mm x 75mm

£56.00/m2

Brick Mint 150mm x 75mm

£56.00/m2

Brick Olive 150mm x 75mm

£56.00/m2

Brick Pink 150mm x 75mm

£56.00/m2

Brick White 150mm x 75mm

£56.00/m2

Dorset Bevelled Bone 100mm x 200mm

£28.00/m2

Dorset Bevelled Dark Grey 100mm x 200mm

£28.00/m2

Dorset Bevelled Light Grey 100mm x 200mm

£28.00/m2

Dorset Bevelled Silver 100mm x 200mm

£28.00/m2

What Are Brick Effect Tiles?

Using exposed brick around the home is a rising trend in home décor over recent years. However, installing a genuine brick wall is expensive. Fortunately, tiling manufactures now have brick tiles available that look remarkably like the real thing. These tiles have the authentic look of brick while maintaining a slim profile that makes them easy to install, at a far lower cost.

Brick tiles come in a range of colours, from white-washed to traditional red, with various sizes to suit any application.

What Is Brick Flooring?

It may surprise you to learn that indoor brick paving tiles have more in common with ceramic tiles than they do bricks. Tile manufactures produce brick-effect tiles from a combination of natural materials including; shale, clay, and kaolin. Brick flooring tiles are typically thinner than those used on walls, and they have a less-porous, smooth surface.

Brick flooring installs the same way as traditional ceramic tiling, with a thin-set mortar bed and grouting to separate the tiles, allowing for seasonal expansion under temperature changes. Brick flooring comes in sheets, similar to mosaic tiles, and you can create custom patterns using different flooring configurations.

Cost of Brick Flooring

The cost of brick flooring varies widely depending on the style, colour, and material used in the tile. Most entry-level red brick flooring costs around £54.22/m2, while premium bronze brick mosaic tiles can cost £293.33/m2. It’s important to note that you’ll still need to include installation costs when calculating your budget. Fortunately, there is no specialised fitment required, so you can expect to pay the same for fitment of your brick floor as you would for ceramics.

What Rooms Can Brick Effect Tiles Be Used in?

Brick flooring suits rooms in the home, such as the bathroom, lounge, hallway, and kitchen. This durable and eye-catching tile is durable and long-lasting, providing your home with a chic, modern look that increases your property value.

Can Brick Effect Tiles Be Used Effectively in a Commercial Setting?

Brick-effect tiles are ideal for commercial buildings and offices. The design of brick tiles creates a modern but rugged look that accentuates the look of floors and walls while retaining a professional atmosphere.

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